First Edition (archive version 1.0) publicly archived online on 26 May 2012
This book is copyright protected by the Copyright Acts in Malaysia, Singapore, USA, and international treaties. It aims to build a valuation method and system for one's research quantity and quality, after considering the risks of human lifetime and interaction.
Kok-Wah Lee @ Xpree Li the author cum inventor proposes six major/minor novel components:
(i) A derived method from Hirsch index to interpolate or extrapolate to get finer H-index between two peaks, so as to show quantity of oneâs useful or valuable research outputs, among close competitors.
(ii) A new method after considering the risks of human lifetime and interaction to estimate the (user) count index from the first two topmost peaks, so as to show quality of oneâs useful or valuable research outputs.
(iii) A new method combining the finer H-index (x) in Claim 1 and (user) count index (y) in Claim 2 to form Lee claim index in 2D form.
(iv) A derived method from Claim 3 so as to get data from many researchers in various fields to plot a 2D graph for comparisons within or among career field(s).
(v) A new method to figure out the resources optimization of human brain, time, and space, so as to form a dominant subject group as a headquarter (HQ) from topmost peaks to lead other lagging peaks or groups.
(vi) An enablement model as a simplest case for Claim 5 to acclaim a dragon-like group has 5 peaks.
For more details on the conditions to use the novel copyrighted ideas in this literary work, please refer to the websites [W1-W3] as follows:
[W1] Kok-Wah LEE @ XpreeLi's website: http://www.xpreeli.com
[W2] Author's copyrighted works: http://www.xpreeli.com/personal/kwlee_copyright.htm
[W3] Copyrighted idea unit for licensing cost: http://www.xpreeli.com/personal/copyright_unit.htm
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